Most of the knife-work you do in the wilderness is of a fine nature – carving firemaking tools, traps, bows, or camp utensils, hence a good carving knife is what you will use the majority of the time. An ax will take care of the heavy-duty jobs. We have found the Swedish Mora knife to be a blade that holds an edge like no other. These blades are high-carbon steel (good for Flint & Steel firemaking), have a comfy rubber handle (handle color may vary), and come with their own sheath.
Cost: $20.00 per blade plus $5.80 s/h (USA only)
Also included with the purchase is our Knife Use & Sharpening Tips sheet.